Some of the technology might look different, but back in 1995, vocational classes were just as important to students as they are now. The 1995 Charger yearbook highlighted mechanics, computer drafting and woods classes, as well as FFA. The Colophon describes the production of the 1995 yearbook. The book sold to students for $20.
WHS added three new elective classes to this year’s schedule, Earth and Space Science, Business Law and Intro to Computer Science.
Advanced CAD Model, the result of more than 900 hours of student work, places first at tech fair
After a long year of hard work, a 1/25th model of the WHS main building constructed by advanced CAD students traveled to to the Fort Hays Tech Fair where it claimed best senior project as well as the prized Dennis McKee award for best multi-student project.
Seniors Luke Barber, Sean Dugger, Dillon Spellman and Kinsey Stuewe decided that they would work on a project together for their final year. The project began as a model of the city of Alma.